A strong start lifted the Minutemen to a 12-8 home win over the Stags on Saturday.
The Minutemen have dropped five straight to the Tigers, with this year’s team determined to end that streak.
Muller leads the Minutemen with 24 points and has been a consistent source of leadership among the offense.
The Minutemen have been led offensively by Bogart’s 11 goals over the past three games and Smith’s strong play in net.
Trailing 8-6 in the third quarter, the Minutemen scored five straight goals to pull away from Hawks and extend their winning streak to three.
The Minutemen outscored the River Hawks 4-0 in the fourth quarter to complete the comeback and earn their second straight win .
After a thrilling end to regulation, overtime did not finish the way the Minutemen hoped, giving up a goal with 14 seconds remaining in the extra frame.
Four unanswered goals in the fourth quarter pushed the Blue Hens past the Minutemen Saturday afternoon.
After the Minutemen fell to the Tar Heels 20-8 last season, they responded in 2016 with a 14-9 victory at home in Dan Dolan’s first career start.